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4 years ago
I just got a new Scotty Cameron Newport 2 (35 inch length) with the standard grip and I want to put a new midsize grip on it. What I am worried about is that by putting a different grip on it that I will screw up the swingweight and make it feel different, which is an issue I had in the past by putting on a big grip that was heavier than the standard grip. I wanted to know what the grip weight is for a standard Scotty Newport, and whether or not I should worry about the weight of the new grip I put on it.
Has anyone tried or have an opinion on weights for the butt end of your grips ? Thanks Mac
By adding more weight to the end of the putter or installing a heavier grip the head of the putter will feel lighter. The typical range of cameron putter grips is around 56-58 grams. This is typical but as you move to super stroke grips and the like, some are the same weight...here is a reference thread on the golfwrx site... http://www.golfwrx.com/forums/topic/133299-putter-grip-gram-weight-list/